Xiaomi has launched a new pair of smart glasses which it first showed in prototype form in 2021 and the product is now ready. The company has announced its first Mijia AR Glasses camera in China at an introductory price of CNY 2,499, or around Rs 29,030 in India when converted. There is no word yet on the global launch and it is also not known if the device will come to India or not. Xiaomi sells a wide range of products in its home country and not all of them are heading to the Indian market. But the company has announced a few in India. We’ll have to wait a while to find out more about that.
The latest Mijia glasses camera is currently up for pre-order through Xiaomi’s crowdfunding platform, Youpin. Xiaomi has also offered products in India, on a crowdfunding basis. So you never know, the brand could bring it in the future.
As for the features, the smart glasses have a dual camera setup placed on the sides. There’s a 50-megapixel Auad Bayer four-in-one wide-angle camera and an 8-megapixel periscopic telephoto lens with split OIS optical stabilization. The company also claims to support 5X optical zoom and hybrid zoom up to 15x.
Although the device looks quite bulky in the photos, the company claims that the glasses weigh around 100g, which means that they are quite light and a user should have no problem wearing them for a while. some time.
One will be able to control the smart glasses through the company’s Mijia app. With the help of this app, users will be able to quickly import photos to their phone and share them. The product is capable of recording 100 minutes of continuous video.
It is powered by a Snapdragon 8 chipset, accompanied by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The device has an OLED display with a peak brightness of 3,000 nits, a density of 3,281 ppi and it’s even TUV certified for blue light levels.
Xiaomi’s new smart glasses come with a 1020mAh battery that supports 10W wireless charging. Xiaomi claims that 30 minutes of charging can recharge the battery to 80% from scratch. Other features are live on-screen translation and it also supports digital assistant.
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